New Poems: Sequence in a Regional Anthology, reached #1 in Amazon New Releases

In November I was asked to write a feature set for the Portland Poet’s Society anthology, ‘You, Me, & The End Of The World’ which is now available. The chapbook-length collection of my poems tells a story in a 15 part sequence, starting on page 71. I hope you will grab a copy to supportContinue reading “New Poems: Sequence in a Regional Anthology, reached #1 in Amazon New Releases”

BOOK: Hardcover Edition of With Only

My poetry collection, With Only Which She Could Carry, is now available in hard cover! You can get a copy of this special edition wherever you prefer to purchase books, including directly from me. Yes! This is a double announcement, sharing both the news of the hardcover edition and news that I now have anContinue reading “BOOK: Hardcover Edition of With Only”

Second in Gallery Show – Mixed Media

Mixed Media Art: “La Infanta Traficasteis de Las Meninas”, ARTivism Postcard Project. My piece took second place in a juried art show. The award money was donated to Jane Doe Inc. to support survivors of assault and trafficking. The piece is collaged with various magazine scraps, digital embellishments, and the child from the famous 1656 painting,Continue reading “Second in Gallery Show – Mixed Media”

Digital Chapbook: Snails & Elephants

On May 5th 2020 I quietly published a digital chapbook to Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited platform for free downloads following National Poetry Month. It reached #8 in women’s poetry, and at the time of writing this has 16 reviews averaging 5 stars. You can borrow the chapbook for free through KU or purchase it for aContinue reading “Digital Chapbook: Snails & Elephants”

With Only Which She Could Carry: a poetry collection

Grand prize winner of the 2019 UWA book contest, With Only Which She Could Carry is a collection of poems chronicling transient characters trying to establish lives in multiple spaces at the same time, existing everywhere and nowhere at once. The author invites you to read, consider, and imagine a life lived out of terminals,Continue reading “With Only Which She Could Carry: a poetry collection”